Playlist: NAATIONS Curates a Special Selection of Eclectic Electronic Music

Featuring Jon Hopkins, Bonzai, Radiohead, and more.
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LA-based singer/production duo NAATIONS is not a household name quite yet, but their work has been speaking for itself lately, and the music scene has steadily been noticing their eclectic style and sound. Their lush style is a refreshing take on blending pop and electronic influences together to bring something completely out of this world. 

With that in mind, we sat down with them to learn about what influences their work, and what songs they are currently jamming out to. 

Check out the playlist ith explanations below! 

SI2 - DJ’s Take Control

The track reminds me of old school clubbing and the DX100 bass.

Roy Davis Jr & Peven Everett - Gabriel (Live Garage Version)

For some reason, this version reminds me of going to Blackmarket Records.

Liquid - Sweet Harmony (Original Mix)

Classic rave break, piano, strings… I mean it’s the simple formula that always worked and felt good.

Orbit - Halcyon And On And On

What can I say, listening to this song feels like being lifted to heaven.

Jon Hopkins - Open Eye Signal

Jon Hopkins one of my favourite producers of all time.

Bonzai - Bodhrán

Love their new production style, and yet it still feels familiar to me.

Caribou - Can’t Do Without You

Once again, another come to the light song that I love.

Bonobo - Cirrus

This track calms me right down.

Underworld - Born Slippy

Such an epic track.

Radiohead - Everything In Its Right Place

No words… it’s Radiohead!

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